Free Report Reveals What Hiring an Attorney Should Really Be Like
If you have been in a car accident, you already know that the cards are stacked against you. The insurance adjusters are calling, your medical bills are pilling up, and the stress of missing work is overwhelming. All this and you still have to find an attorney to help with your personal injury case.
It shouldn't be tricky to find an attorney with experience with personal injury cases, but it is. Many attorneys say they specialize in personal injury cases, but have never taken a case to trial. Others charge a whopping 33% contingency fee (sometimes higher), and tell you it is a "standard rate." Attorney advertisements all sound the same, and tell you very little.
That is why Ben Glass wrote a new report on the reality of working with an attorney. This report debunks the "myths" of working with an attorney, and tells you how to find the best one for your case.
In this report, you will discover:
- Do you really need an attorney for your case? (Most small cases can be settled without hefty attorney fees.)
- How do you find the best attorney for your case? (This is not a one-size-fits all, is it?)
- What you should always tell the attorney working on your case.
- What should you expect from your attorney, and what will your attorney expect from you?
- Which attorney can get the best value for your case? (hint: this is a trick question.)
- Are there attorney specialists for your type of case? How do you learn more about their credentials?
- Learn how to find out what other attorneys say about your attorney.
- Find out if 1/3 attorney fee is still standard today.
- The 6 things every attorney should include in your fee agreement (but many don't.)
How to Download Your Free Report
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